NDSU graduate student Alex Wittenberg awarded 3rd place for presentation on CSMS research

Alex WittenbergAlex Wittenberg, North Dakota State University Plant Sciences graduate student and former CSMS undergraduate researcher, was awarded 3rd place for a CSMS-related presentation at the 2019 American Society of Agronomy (ASA) annual meeting held in San Antonio, Texas, Nov. 10-13.

Alex’s presentation topic, “Sowing Date Affects Winter Camelina Stand Establishment”, was within the Bioenergy Systems division of the Agronomy category and is based on CSMS research while an undergraduate under advisor Dr. Marisol Berti in Plant Sciences at North Dakota State University.

Alex was one of two NDSU Department of Plant Sciences students who was awarded for their presentation. Jesse Puka-Beals is the other NDSU Plant Sciences graduate student.

More information about these two students and their presentations can be read in a NDSU News post HERE.

Congratulations to both Alex and Jesse!